I love to explore new places, ideas and technology. When I'm not working, I'm usually tinkering on projects, checking out new frameworks or languages, or out exploring somewhere I haven't been before.
I make a lot of stuff, although much of it is experimental and doesn't end up on github. I'm working to address this :) I have grand plans for some of my stuff, though, so I'm keeping some things close to my chest.
I have a deep interest in programmable systems, beyond just playing with the latest cool language. I need to know how things work. I'm interested in semantics, design trade-offs and implementation details.
This was a small contract job that turned into a large, ongoing contract with hosting and support on the side.
I stongly believe in bending technology to suit people, not the other way around. This project aims to make some headway in that direction.
Made one weekend at camp.js, subsequently inflicted upon an unsuspecting internet.
This project started one Christmas and never went beyond an early prototype. Use WASD to fly, left/right mouse button to turn.
My PyWeek entry. It was too big for a solo project, playable but unfinished. Written in Python with Pyglet. Port to WebGL in progress. Use WASD to move, Space to jump.
In the era of MUDs, frustration with LPC compelled me to make a server that worked a bit differently.
Telnet: raffe.io 7000
I'm a polyglot developer with oodles of experience in programming languages, platforms, tools and technologies. Interested in language design, concurrency, declarative things, pure functions, data-driven systems, low-level programming, UX design, psychology, the price of tea, distributed computing, game design, 2D and 3D game engine design, optimisation, trying new approaches.
Current specialties: Node.JS, Typescript, browser stuff, Lua, C, Python.